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Tag Archives: Irish Life & Permanent AGM
Markets are right to be worried — ‘final’ €50bn to fix banks looks like tip of iceberg Sunday October 10 2010 THE soaring cost of bailing out the banks means that Ireland is now locked out of the bond markets. … Continue reading
Opposition parties have sought an assurance from the Government that other banks will not follow the lead of Permanent TSB if it puts up its variable mortgage interest rates. Finance Minister Brian Lenihan said that no Minister for Finance since … Continue reading
We the people must not let the Gangsters in the Dail and the Banks get away with the massive fraud they intend to carry out under the Guise of NAMA This is our money that is going down the … Continue reading
Caption taken from http://www.Independent.ie UP to 75,000 yesterday took to the streets to protest at €4bn in proposed Budget cuts — but the only thing that had changed by last night was that the country was €70m deeper … Continue reading
Remember the joke ‘What’s the difference between Iceland and Ireland? One letter and six months!’ Oh how Insider wishes that had been true. The Icelanders took no crap from their Government; They took to the streets and toppled their Government, … Continue reading
Up to 25 bank directors will be forced out under the NAMA deal. The Cabinet yesterday signed off on the latest draft of the laws to bring in the Government’s ‘bad bank’. Ministers agreed on a way of … Continue reading